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St. Paul's Chapel

209 Broadway, b/t Fulton Street & Vesey Street, New York City, NY 10007-2977
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The chapel is closed for restoration until work is completed in the fall. The churchyard will remain open. St. Paul's Chapel is part of Trinity Wall Street, an Episcopal parish that has been a part of New York City since 1697. The parish is deeply rooted in the city’s and the nation’s history. Established during the British occupation of New York and recognized by royal charter, Trinity was the first Anglican Church (which followed the services of the Church of England and included the King or Queen in its prayers) in Manhattan. St. Paul's Chapel was founded in 1766 as a chapel-of-ease at Broadway and Fulton Street. George Washington prayed there after his inauguration as President in 1789. Located just across the street from the World Trade Center, St. Paul’s played an important role in hosting recovery workers after the attacks of September 11, 2001.
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209 Broadway, b/t Fulton Street & Vesey Street, New York City, NY 10007-2977
Financial District
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We visited the chapel before our 9/11 memorial tour. It’s such a peaceful old chapel with lots of history. Our guide told us how it played it’s part during the 9/11 attacks and how it escaped practically unscathed. Even though everything around it crumbled to...More

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Reviewed 6 days ago

Done the tour of the chapel, quite interesting how it was used 9/11, Well worth a visit, would recommend you take it in at your own leisure rather than a guide, but your choice guide we had dragged it out for too long and mainly...More

Thank Nigel S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a lovely historic chapel. It's well presented and tells its history well. Has a graveyard that's interesting as well. The chapel where George Washington attended church after his church was destroyed in a fire.

Thank Cookster_11
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beautiful architecture in lower Manhatten , just a really lovely site amongst the skyscrapers. The steeple is grounds are very pretty.

Thank Linda P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

When we visited, the Chapel was under restoration and closed to the public, so we could only look inside from a distance. This is definitely an old, historical church, and interesting to see. The grounds also had a cemetery which was very different, and somewhat...More

Thank Michele B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Started our World Trade Centre tour from this chapel. The guide shared the history and it's role during the 911 crisis. The place feels serene. Worth a visit.

Thank Dodolady
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Humbeling walking amoung the ancient grave stones smack in the middle of the most epensve retail space on the planet and its free - grab a coffe to go and have a stroll around this quant landmark

Thank Francis Q
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This chapel was built about 1780. George Washington has a booth there for church. He Prayed there to dedicate America to God, immediately after his Inaguration. The most amazing truth about this church is that when the Twin Towers went down, as most all buildings...More

Thank nnurse19
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It's a nice old church that has survived quite a bit, including 9/11. On the inside, you can read about the church's and NYC's history and see pictures on a nice display created along the walls.

Thank TeamHouston2016
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A charming church with plaques in the graveyard showing and telling the history of the place. A resting place for the Emergency crew during the horrors of 9/11.

Thank Michael T
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David B
11 July 2015|
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Response from 799jmartin | Reviewed this property |
Hi. No ticket necessary. It is free. It is great to take a look at one of the oldest churches in New York. You just have to make sure to go during visiting hours. There is also a great graveyard where people from over... More
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